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GERGER-SNElterlein

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Hammergrundschanze:

K-Point: 23 m
Men Winter Hill record: 25.0 m (Dieter Schlemmbach DDR)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1955
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Elterleiner SV
Coordinates: 50.576977, 12.868620 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The Hammergrund or also called Schulhofschanze at Elterlein was constructed in 1955 between church and school. It had a wooden inrun tower and was soon host of district championships. The judges house consisted of demolition material of the former public swimming pool, it was rebuilt in middle 1960’s and used for the construction of a biathlon cabin. The ski jumping hill was used until 1968 and the ski jumping was given up for the benefit of biathlon sports. Today the lower third of the landing hill is over-built by a factory work shop of an iron foundry.

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